Evolution is one of the best-supported bodies of knowledge in science. Creationism, Creation Science, and Intelligent Design are religious concepts, not science.
This article discusses the native realism and challenges to this theory. Alternate theories considered include indirect realism and idealism.
This article provides an analysis/comparison of the theories devised by Thomas Hobbes and John Locke.
This article provides a general analysis of the philosophical interpretations provided by Jean Jacques Rousseau.
Reports on the demise of the view of human consciousness as immaterial and non-reducible to brain activity are greatly exaggerated
An introductory article on Aristotle's Poetics, explaining the basic concepts in simple language using textual references from famous plays. Read more to get a clear picture of Aristotle's idea.
A belief in a soul is quite prevalent, but it raises a lot of questions The simplest answer is that the soul does not exist; it is only an illusion and metaphor.
Secular humanism is a little understood human–centered philosophy of life. It is non-theistic, rooted in science, with explicit moral and ethical directives.
This article provides a general analysis of Karl Marx's philosophical views of the 19th Century and explores whether his ideas are still pertinent to today's society.
The famous “Pascal’s Wager” asks us to consider the question of the existence of God as a wager. Which is the better bet—belief or disbelief?
Stephen Hawking said, “There is no God. I am an atheist.” What is the science that informs his statement and why are his critics wrong?
The Satanic Temple is a non-theistic religion. This essay provides a basic account of the beliefs and activities of this often misunderstood group.
Albert Einstein wrote and spoke extensively about God and religion. What you think you know about his beliefs may not be true. What did he really believe and why?